#TIMESUP! Hollywood is standing in solidarity with victims of sexual assault wearing all black everything ato the 2018 Golden Globes Awards. Go inside for red carpet flicks of Kerry Washington, Tracee Ellis Ross, Viola Davis, Issa Rae and more....
This year’s awards season officially kicks off with a funeral of sorts as celebrities showed up to the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
This isn’t just any “funeral.” It’s the death of the “old” misogynistic Hollywood and it’s a celebration to the strong women who held it down through the adversity. Celebrities hit the red carpet this year to slay with a statement, rocking all black ensembles to support the #TIMESUP movement. They also wore "Times Up" pins as well. It’s a fashion statement of solidarity with victims of sexual misconduct and our YBF celebs brought the goods.
Kerry Washington, who was tapped to present, made her way on the carpet in a black strapless Prabal Gurung with a high slit paired with embellished booties. The “Scandal” starlet gushed about the highly anticipated crossover episode with Viola Davis’ “How To Get Away With Murder.”
“It actually reminds me of what’s happening on the carpet tonight,” Kerry told E!. “ All these powerful and strong women coming together to work together and stand side by side. To be able to work with Shonda [Rhimes] and Viola [Davis], all at once, it’s really a spectacular opportunity. It’s how we roll in Shondaland. It’s how we’re rolling at the Globes this year too, but how we roll in Shondaland. Not in fancy black gowns, but we stand in solidarity all the time in Shondaland.”
With the final season of “Scandal” about to wrap up, Kerry revealed she’ll be scooping up those bad a** pags Olivia Pope rocked on the show. “All the Prada bags,” Kerry admitted. “Every single one. But don’t tell ABC & Disney.”
Can’t say that we blame her.
YAS! Come through QUEEN!
Tracee Ellis Ross oozed with regalness in black dress and turban by Marc Jacobs and Jimmy Choo shoes to stand in solidarity with the #TIMESUP movement.
Last year, the “black-ish” starlet won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy TV Series.
Doing it for the culture!
“How To Get Away With Murder” actress Viola Davis brought her all black everything ensemble to life, styling in a elegant Brand Maxwell dress topped with an afro of glory.
Can we take a moment to soak in all this afrolishness:
Before she hit the carpet, she snapped it up with her daughter Genesis and her husband Julius Tennon.
The wife-husband team is executive producing (with Viola narrating) a docuseries titled “Two Sides.”
According to Deadline, the four-part crime series will feature hour long episodes that explores the high-profile officer involved deaths of four black men and women, including Eric Garner (New York), Ezell Ford (California), John Crawford (Ohio), and Sandra Bland (Texas).
“Two Sides” is scheduled to premiere Monday, January 22 at 10 PM EST on TV One. Will you be tuning in?
Golden Globe nominee Issa Rae never disappoints and tonight wasn’t even different. The “Insecure” starlet struck a few poses in a custom Prabal Gurung ruffle shoulder side slit gown that featured a plunging neckline while showing support to the #TIMESUP movement.
Outside of another exciting season of “Insecure,” Issa is also working on two new projects with HBO.
The fab directress Ava DuVernay dazzled in a custom Armani number for the occasion. Her Disney movie A Wrinkle in Time hit theaters March 9th.
“This Is Us” actress Susan Kelchi Watson served up afrocentric gorgeousness with her long afro topping off a black sparkly jumpsuit.
"This Is Us" is up for SEVERAL awards. And rightfully so.
By the way, "This Is Us" returns Tuesday, January 9th at 9/8c on NBC.
Nominee Mariah Carey, who's up for Best Original Song for "The Star," made her way on the carpet in a vintage Dolce & Gabbana mermaid gown.
Did you catch her redemption NYE performance? If not, click HERE.
51-year-old stunna Halle Berry served up legs and lace on the carpet.
"Big Little Lies" star Zoe Kravitz served up old Hollywood glam in a black strapless gown with green accessories.
"Orange Is The New Black" star Samira Wiley looked amazing in her black gown. Her smile is infectious.
Some simple, yet slay worthy vibes from model icon Naomi Campbell.
InStyle editor Kahlana Barfield Brown showed off in a see-through David Koma original.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's daughter Simone Garcia Johnson hit the carpet before she got to her duties as the first Golden Globes ambassador.
"E! News" correspondent Zuri Hall styled it up in lace and polka dots by Bronx and Banco.
Entertainment journalist Tanika Ray gave us some thigh actionin a Albright Fashion Library gown.